This all started, as things are apt to do these days, on Twitter.
Three head coaches are in their first Pac-12 conference seasons, and four more are at the helm for just their second seasons. As we approach the bulk of the Pac-12 conference schedule, refresh your memory on the men in charge at each school.
Maybe there's a slight advantage in the schedule - that USC played the Arizona Wildcats' fast-paced offense the week before Oregon's mighty Blur.
USC coach Lane Kiffin had his backup QB wear the same number as the place-kick holder last week and run in a two-point conversion.
Arizona WR Johnny Jackson
The Arizona Wildcats have worked all six special teams disciplines in every practice for the last three weeks.
Dear Mr. Football: Do you think Rich Rodriguez is a bit intimidated by USC? I mean, c’mon man, he called QB Matt Barkley “one of the all-time greats.”
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. - Having navigated through the choppy waters of NCAA sanctions after being rendered irrelevant in the postseason the past two years, Lane Kiffin looked around Gibson Amphitheatre on Tuesday, and smiled.
If USC has a weakness, it's at running back, coach Lane Kiffin said. "We know what we have at quarterback and receiver."
Arizona Wildcats coach Mike Stoops fills a suit like nobody in
the West, bumps U2 and knows how to thump a melon. And just wait
until you hear what USC's Lane Kiffin has to say about him.